Katie Statman-Weil

Katie Statman-Weil (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker


I specialize in working with biological, foster, and adoptive families and children to build healthy relationships and connections.

Client Status

accepting clients



SE Portland

Portland, 97214

At a Glance


Rate: $125

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2011

Languages: English


  • Family
  • Group
  • Child
  • Teen

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • Out of Network

My Ideal Client

Are you struggling to get your child to listen? Are big tantrums taking over your day? Are you yelling more than you ever expected? Sometimes, when a child’s behavior stumps us, we need outside support. I am here to offer you that support. I work with families through both parent-child therapy and Parent Coaching. Together, we work to: decrease the stress in your home, increase your confidence in parenting your child, find compassion for yourself, and bring joy and harmony into your home.

My Background and Approach

I am passionate about Parenting and Infant/Child Mental Health; I wholeheartedly believe that your relationship with your child is the foundation for health and healing. I hold both a doctorate in education focused on supporting students' mental health in the classroom and I am a licensed clinical social worker. I am a foster, adoptive, and biological parent and bring this lived experience into my work. I understand the impact trauma can have on relationships and attachment. I am a collaborator and help you problem solve ways to create more ease in your lives. With nurturance and I offer: Parent-Child Therapy, Parent Coaching, Parenting Classes and Support Groups, Baby Groups, as well as Trainings/Consultation for early education and school environments. Both the Therapy and Parent Coaching model I use is influenced by: · Theraplay® · Circle of Security® · Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI). · Resources for Infant Educarers® (RIE).

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

Parenting is hard. I hold space for my clients to acknowledge the wide range of emotions we have when parenting our children. Do you sometimes love your child so much you could just cry in their presence? Do you sometimes secretly wish you had your old pre-kids life back? Do you sometimes not like your child at all? All of those are valid feelings and deserve to be okay to share in a therapeutic space. We can work together to both create healthy ways of interacting and connecting with our children as well as acknowledging the messiness of parenting.

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